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Note: Camille was the inspiration for the development of N-Style ID in 1999. Camille is my daughter and when she was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at age 10, we tried to find a medical ID bracelet that would look fashionable instead of institutional. Our search turned up only a few options and none of them were stylish. That is when I started making medical ID jewelry for kids and adults to be proud to wear. I hope you enjoy all of the fashionable medical ID jewelry we provide.
At 28, Camille says she is feeling the healthiest she has ever been and she is very in tune with her body. Camille has Type 1 Diabetes. About 5 months ago, she decided to try using an insulin pump, and she says it a huge improvement over giving herself shots. “It is so much easier to control my blood sugar with the pump,” said Camille.
An insulin pump is a small computerized device that adheres to the skin and injects insulin into the fatty tissue. Insulin is delivered in steady measured doses called the basal rate. When needed, a surge (or bolus) dose can be made—usually around mealtime.
All month long, people have worn purple, buildings have been illuminated in purple and social media photos have carried purple banners. This is all to bring awareness during Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month.
Alzheimer’s is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and, unfortunately, there is no cure. (1) Now, more than ever, families are faced with providing care for a family member with the disease. Continue reading
Videoing his son participating in Cross Fit began as a way to fill the time for Mark Behrman—but it has become a beautiful chronicle of growth and success in the company of autism. It demonstrates that autism and exercise go together and produce benefits. Behrman also wanted to be able to show his son, Ivan, the progress he was making while also letting others know that the program is adaptive.
After noticing that one side of Ivan’s body wasn’t as strong as the other, Behrman knew it was time to Continue reading
Blog: Keeping it Together When Your Child is Chronically Ill
When your child is diagnosed with a chronic illness like diabetes, asthma or cystic fibrosis for example, your world is suddenly like the inside of a snow globe... everything is moving in a flurry of activity and constant change. But eventually, when the fear and panic subside and your child's condition is more or less under control, you as a parent are left with the task of guiding your family's return to "normal" life. Continue reading
Home accidents are just an inevitable part of life. Slips, trips, falls, and cuts will happen, and yet many everyday activities, like eating dinner or cleaning, may cause serious injury or create a life-threatening situation.
Here is a list of the five most common accidents that happen at home, including tips on how you can prevent them: Continue reading